Ronda Rousey is a non-narcotic treatment to remove one’s limbs from their body. Ronda Rousey is not approved for children under eighteen. The use of Aspirin, Tylenol or Vicodin will not reduce the pain from Ronda Rousey. Talk to your doctor before using Ronda Rousey if you have underdeveloped judo skills, pain or confusion. Some side-effects may include reddening of the skin, abdominal pains and dizziness.
If you’ve spent more than a day on MiddleEasy, then you’re fully aware of the judo-phenom named Ronda Rousey. Sure she’s an Bejing Olympic bronze medalist and a multi-gold medalist in the Pan American games. You guys know this. Perhaps you even know that she’s undefeated in MMA and her most recent bout was contested at a catchweight of 150lbs. But how many of you knew that Ronda is budding conspiracy theorist? I dig it, and I’m sure Joe Rogan shares my same sentiment.
Check out this video of Ronda Rousey’s second professional MMA fight that occurred last Friday in Canada. I’ll let you guys guess how Rousey pulled off the victory, but here’s a hint: It begins with ‘arm’ and ends with ‘bar.’ Draw your own conclusions. [Source]